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Stace Nelson Adds Expertise to Sundance Documentary on Military Sexual Assualt

Last updated on 2012.12.19

...and other vaguely videographical notes...

I feel dirty, downright filthy, running the same press release as Bob Ellis. But as Ellis's newly rebranded American Carrion reports, Rep. Stace Nelson is in the movies! Nelson is a featured expert in The Invisible War, a documentary on sexual assault in the U.S. military.

Says producer Tanner Barklow:

Stace/Representative Nelson provided invaluable insight into the epidemic of rape & sexual assault in the US military in our film The Invisible War. With over 20 years investigating and combating these crimes as a Marine and NCIS investigator, and as an elected official, he has given a voice to hundreds of thousands of veterans who have survived these horrible crimes. Few people with his bona fides had the courage to come forward and speak the truth as he did [press release issued by Rep. Stace Nelson, 2012.01.19].

The Invisible War plays at the Sundance Film Festival this weekend.

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Speaking of film and Tea Partiers, an outfit called the American Values Network is challenging the Tea Party ideology by casting its idols as disciples of Jesus attending a "Sermon on the Mall":

No fatwas issued yet.

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Ah, but we need a Tea Party Jesus a lot less than some Personal Jesus... and some Cash:


  1. Bill Dithmer 2012.01.19

    Well done Stace. Its nice to see you using your knowledge for some real good things. Thank you.

    Everybody likes a little Cash. I happen to like this

    I can relate.

    The Blindman

  2. Elliot Knuths 2012.01.20

    That's awesome, Mr. Nelson. May I ask if you're going? Say hi to Andy Samberg and/or Rashida Jones for me, if you do.

  3. Bill Fleming 2012.01.20

    Way to go, Stace. Good man. Thank you, brother.

  4. Stace Nelson 2012.01.21

    @Elliot Wish I could, Utah is one of the lovliest places in America.

    The interview brought up a lot of bad memories that I would have rather left buried; however, I owed it to all those folks I dealt with over the years to tell the ugly story of this problem. I hope and pray that Kirby Dick & Tanner Barklow's efforts will make a difference.

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